Battlefield 4 official PC System Requirements

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  1. Noufel

    Noufel Member Guru

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    3 gigs of VRAM is the new standard, 2 gigs the minimun, 1 gig don't even consider it and 4 gigs i think is oversize
     
  2. Undying

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    Nothing is oversize when it comes to memory. :D
     
  3. Noufel

    Noufel Member Guru

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    well said !
     
  4. The Goose

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    3gig should be max needed
     

  5. MrH

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    Hmm, 1920x1080. The last one I remember was Tomb Raider completely maxed out. Max Payne 3 as well.
     
  6. thatguy91

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    Interesting that they list 32-bit Windows as the minimum, they did at one point say BF4 will be 64-bit only didn't they? Just hope if it does support 32-bit that they also have a 64-bit executable.
     
  7. miffywiffy

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    Tbh either buy a high resolution monitor or turn MSAA on, never do both...

    I ****ing played a few games on that new Apple retina display and there are no jaggies what so ever, I'd have no idea why people turn AA on when using something of that resolution.
     
  8. IcE

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    The idea you need 3GB for non ultra is laughable to me.
     
  9. yasamoka

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    I suppose SSAA and TressFX were enabled in Tomb Raider as well? What's your VRAM usage without those two?
     
  10. miffywiffy

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    Well Max Payne 3, 8x required 4gb of vram, 4x required 2gb and tbh I saw no difference. Even more to the point I turned it off and just turned AA via the drivers and it looked the same with no performance impact.

    Though Max Payne 3 was **** so I didn't play for long.
     

  11. Agonist

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    I have no problems 1080p with all high settings and sweetfx. rarely ever go under 50fps. most of the time is 70-80fps. Id imagine with bf4 we could run it high settings and still be playable above 30fps. Im selling my 560 to my friend so I can get me a gtx 660 or HD 7950.
     
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  12. MAD-OGRE

    MAD-OGRE Ancient Guru

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    Based on numerous benchmarks mainly from this site, the 4GB model on the 680 showed no difference then the 2GB one, I know some games use Vram differently but I don't think people with 670/680's are going to have any problems
     
  13. Meh... Wouldn't worry too much about,it my GTX560 vanilla will hold... My monitor can only handle 1366x768 tops. :\
     
  14. Yxskaft

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    Why? It's two years since BF3, is it really that hard to believe 3GB VRAM will be required at, lets say, high settings at 1080p?

    With the next-gen consoles being released, it makes more sense for studios to really push the graphics again.
     
  15. FordLynx07

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    Why not go for a GTX 760 instead? Its a bit cheaper and better than GTX 660Ti. BF4 will be my decision maker if I should purchase a 760 this November.
     
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  16. AndreasGuido

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    I am waiting for a Beta then see whats performance is like on release. I only game at 1080p so hopefully 2GB will be enough. You can get 680 for £230 at the moment. Also will be interesting what ATI has to offer bundle wise.
     
  17. Loobyluggs

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    Pretty much this...and you live in Bristol? Cool.
     
  18. PhazeDelta1

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    I game at 1080P too. On the smaller maps, I can use just under 2GB of vram. On the bigger maps, especially the AK ones, I can use well over 2GB at time on ultra setting with 8x AA. If you disable AA you might be able to get away it. But going by the beta really ain't a smart move. Because your on'y comparing one map. I'd say wait until the game is released and see what people are saying about gpu and vram usage after a review or 2 is out. :)
     
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  19. DesGaizu

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    This.

    If you look at maps like back to karkand which has a load of destruction it was a real cpu killer (the physics run on cpu not gpu) seens as bf4 has a lot more this type of destruction some of the maps will be cpu intense.
     
  20. Agonist

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    Very good Idea. I was just looking at the regular gtx 660. Its $199 usd. The gtx 760 is $249, after sales and tax 660 is $224 and 760 is $279 on new egg. But have been seeing rumours too of a gtx 760ti coming out. So since I have to save up anyways, I may wait to see how it effects prices or what AMD brings out at as well at that price point.
     

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